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Bug #13626 fwrite writes more data to file than in output string
Submitted: 2001-10-10 05:47 UTC Modified: 2002-07-11 02:29 UTC
From: jayp at clear dot net dot nz Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Filesystem function related
PHP Version: 4.0.6 OS: W2K
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2001-10-10 05:47 UTC] jayp at clear dot net dot nz
I have a SQL DB with GIF data field. f.ex there are 2*27006 bytes in there (hex strings). I can retrieve them without any problems but when I do

  $fp = fopen($fn, 'wb');
  $Bin = ConvertToBinary($GIFString);
  set_file_buffer($fp, 0);

$GIFString has the correct size of 2*27006,
$Bin has the correct binary size of 27006.

But the file has the size of 27176 bytes. I have no idea where the addiotnal 170 bytes are coming from (doesn't help when add the $BlockLength to fwrite). After 0x363 there is a 1 byte shift etc...



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 [2001-10-10 06:01 UTC] jayp at clear dot net dot nz
I look through the other bug reports and it is the same issues with 0A gets changed to 0D 0A
 [2001-10-10 08:22 UTC]
 [2002-07-11 02:29 UTC]
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